White cabinets will complement almost any decor you want to choose — now or 20 years from now. “To choose a style, consider the existing architecture of the home and how the cabinetry works visually within its environment,” says designer Tatiana Machado-Rosas of Jackson Design and Remodeling. “A raised panel is often a good choice for more traditional styles, while a Shaker style (shown here) works with a modern, simple design.”
White shaker-style cabinets and neutral granite countertops create a classic look for this kitchen design. Complete with a double stainless steel oven and two sinks, the kitchen is sure to be a favorite for the cook of the family.
Soft cream walls and white shaker-style cabinets bring a light and airy feel to this kitchen. A bold, red rug adds a splash of color to the palette. Granite countertops and sleek, stainless steel appliances and fixtures add finishing touches to the design.
To make up for the cabinet-less vanity, built-in cabinets with shaker-style doors are nestled beside the shower and offer ample storage for linens and other bathroom essentials. A walk-in shower with white subway tile and a wooden bench creates a soothing, spa-like vibe.
The kitchen is remodeled for an open, inviting feel. Creamy Caesarstone countertop is paired with Shaker-style white cabinets and simple square knobs. Neutral mosaic tiles create a striking visual display against the farmhouse sink.
The vertical lines in this contemporary kitchen are emphasized by clean, colorful modern artwork. Shaker-style cabinets maximize storage and blend with the white walls, allowing the artwork to pop. Quartz countertops are low-maintenance and feature a thick profile that gives the space an industrial touch.